Business process management (BPM) has taken a strategic place among Latin American IT consultancy firm Neoris' 2011 priorities, company CEO Claudio Muruzabal told BNamericas.
Clients are increasingly viewing BPM as crucial for IT efficiency, and Neoris will respond to this demand accordingly, Muruzabal said.
Last September, Neoris inked a deal with the Brazilian division of applications developer Software AG to license the German firm's BPM solution ARIS, SOA solution webMethods and other business process monitoring solutions.
Muruzabal said both firms are doing work in other Latin American countries, too.
Elsewhere, Neoris plans to accelerate international growth in regions such as Europe, and also sees a greater focus on healthcare and education in the cards in 2011.
"We have trained resources in healthcare and higher education in Argentina, Chile and Spain and there is a growing opportunity in Brazil," Muruzabal said. "You will see us expanding our capabilities in these two segments in all of our geographies."
The full interview with Claudio Muruzabal can be read in this week's Information Technology Perspectives, for subscribers only.